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Isabella Clough Marinaro and Maria Giuditta Borselli

This chapter analyses the trajectories of three Camorra clans as they have sought to expand into the Italian capital. Contrary to the long-standing belief that Rome was of little interest or penetrability for southern mafias, the case studies show the very diversified strategies and variable levels of success that have been achieved. In comparing the resources activated by each clan and their economic and geographical sectors of interest, the study seeks to offer some preliminary conclusions about Rome’s vulnerabilities as a ‘new’ destination of mafia expansion.

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Felia Allum, Isabella Clough Marinaro and Rocco Sciarrone

The introduction explains the rationale, aims and scope of the book. It provides a brief overview of the existing literature on Italian mafias, explains how it differentiates itself from past works, and offers a chapter-by-chapter outline of the volume.

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Edited by Felia Allum, Isabella Clough Marinaro and Rocco Sciarrone

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Italian Mafias Today

Territory, Business and Politics

Edited by Felia Allum, Isabella Clough Marinaro and Rocco Sciarrone

Despite a rapidly changing economic and legal landscape, Italian mafias remain prominent actors in the global criminal underworld. This book provides an extensive and up-to-date view of how they adapt to shifting economic opportunities and intensifying legal and civic backlash.